Drawing, Part 2
Major: Fine Arts, Decorative Art, Restoration
Code of subject: 6.023.00.O.18
Department: Design and Architecture Fundamentals
Lecturer: Merye O.V.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: Learning outcomes: To have the skills of constructive construction of a complicated still life taking into account perspective reduction, proportionality, tonal relationship and their spatial arrangement; Be able to compositionally place, compose images of the entire group and individual objects on the plane; To understand the peculiarity of balance, contrast, rhythm, dynamics, semantic center in the representation of the forms of given objects. To conduct an analysis of a complex complex volume and their consistency with intermediate and complementary forms. Form the principles of decorative selection and search for original solutions in the decorative treatment of nature and its interpretation. Identify the tonal relations associated with the placement and distance of forms from the light source.
Required prior and related subjects: Figure, part 1, Figure, part 3.
Summary of the subject: The course "Drawing, part 2" is one of the components of the professional training of students of the specialty 023 Fine art, decorative art, restoration, covering 120 hours. teaching. During the practical course, students master the skills of constructing complicated still lifes and their tonal solutions, in particular, the constructive construction of an architectural detail in a complex with a group of objects, the drawing of drapery with the identification of its plastic form, as well as the decorative manner of interpreting the nature of the production. Practical tasks are fixed by independent work. The main objects of educational drawing studios are household objects, draperies, geometric shapes, an architectural detail (optional rosette, bracket, capital) and decorative surroundings. The discipline is based on a theoretical course, which is taught in the course of practical drawing lessons. In addition, practical classes are accompanied by showing samples of the best student works from the department's method fund, which gives a greater understanding to the student when completing the task. Studying the discipline contributes to the development of artistic and graphic presentation skills, imagination, figurative thinking and requires students to have a creative approach to perceived forms.
Assessment methods and criteria: The maximum total score for practical and independent tasks is 100 points. Each work from the discipline "Drawing, part 1" is evaluated on a maximum of 100 points. Calculation of the semester grade is calculated as the average score for all papers.
Recommended books: 1. Barchai Ene Anatomy for artists, 5th edition - Budapest: Corvina, 1975. - 320p. 2. H.E. Grebenyuk, Fundamentals of composition and drawing - K.: Technika, 1997. —221 p. 3. B. I. Gubal. Special drawing - Prykarpattia National University named after Vasyl Stefanyk. – Ivano-Frankivsk, 2016. – 94 p. 4. Melnychuk I. Yu. Techniques of teaching painting and composition during summer practice. - Kyiv: Nytava, 2005. - 200 p. 5. Mykhaylenko V. E., Yakovlev M. I. Fundamentals of composition (geometric aspects). Kyiv: Caravella, 2004. 304 p. 6. Opanaschuk M., Opanaschuk O. Emotional nature of drawing: a study guide. Lviv: Aral, 2013. 114 p.